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TOPIC: yellow smoke when activating mms and hcl activator

yellow smoke when activating mms and hcl activator 07 Sep 2018 19:49 #59042

I still quite new to mms and have a question regarding the activation.

When I normally activate my drops, I add however many drops I'm using of the mms and then the same number of drops of the activator. I wait 30 seconds or so and make sure the color has changed appropriately, and then add 4 oz of water and consume it.

I just bought a new set (from a reputable source.....the same as my original purchase).  I mixed a sample batch of 7 drops each, just to check the color and make sure it turned amber. With this new set, the glass filled with a large amount of yellow smoke (or visible vapors). It did seem as though the color did turn yellow of some sort (it was a bit obscured by the yellow smoke in the glass).  I added water and dumped it on the ground out of doors.

Is it normal for mms and hcl activator to behave this way?  My previous batch had no visible vapors or smoke. Is it supposed to?

Nothing else was added to the mixture, and the time elapsed of the activation was only about 30 seconds.

Thank you for your thoughts on this.

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yellow smoke when activating mms and hcl activator 08 Sep 2018 00:29 #59043

The yellow vapor you are seeing is chlorine dioxide gas (CLO2) escaping from the open container in which you are mixing MMS and 4% HCL. That is a problem when making MMS1 in an open container, especially if the room temperature is high. And a 7 drop dose of MMS1 is larger than what most people would be using unless they are following Protocol 2000. 

There may be good reasons to use MMS1 due to other chemicals that might be present during the activation period, and shortly thereafter, but some CLO2 will be lost. If you make CDS or CDH instead, you won't have that problem. 

If sunlight was hitting the mixing container when you were activating MMS, that would cause CLO2 gas to escape. Even diffused sunlight will cause that to happen. 

There are other ways to make MMS1 that will stop or reduce the loss of CLO2 while activating MMS. 

At least you know that your MMS and activator are very good! 
2 ml of 3000 ppm original CDS equals a 1 drop MMS1 dose in a normal stomach
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